Nowhere is the tension between North and South Korea more palpable than in the no-man’s-land known as the Korean Demilitarized Zone, or DMZ. As a divided nation, only 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) separate the North from the South in what is the most ... 

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William B

August 2016

 This is the view of North Korea from the Dora Observatory. In the distance you can see the North Korean city of Kaesong. , William B - August 2016

Looking into North Korea at the Dora Observatory

This is the view of North Korea from the Dora Observatory. In the distance you can see the North Korean city of Kaesong.

samanthas_postbox

August 2016

 The infiltration tunnel that Alex takes you to is the real deal, quiet and not full of tourists. Still, I'll never forget the K-pop blasting when we arrived to drown out the North's propaganda ... , samanthas_postbox - August 2016

Inside the Infiltration tunnel

The infiltration tunnel that Alex takes you to is the real deal, quiet and not full of tourists. Still, I'll never forget the K-pop blasting when we arrived to drown out the North's propaganda speakers, what an experience!

Daniel B

August 2016

 Razor wire fence , Daniel B - August 2016

ribbons of peace

Razor wire fence

COBY

June 2016

 At Cheorwon, I could see the real military tension between two Koreas. , COBY - June 2016

Guard post at the border at Cheorwon

At Cheorwon, I could see the real military tension between two Koreas.

Katarzyna M

May 2016

 Me - helping. , Katarzyna M - May 2016

DMZ

Me - helping.

Ahmed N

April 2016

 me at DMZ :D , Ahmed N - April 2016

me :D

me at DMZ :D

Alvin C

January 2016

 At the railroad Dorasan Station that is supposed to connect South Korea to North Korea and then eventually to the rest of Eurasia. , Alvin C - January 2016

Going to Pyeongyang, North Korea

At the railroad Dorasan Station that is supposed to connect South Korea to North Korea and then eventually to the rest of Eurasia.

Alvin C

January 2016

 Korean War Veterans Memorial at Imjingak , Alvin C - January 2016

Monuments

Korean War Veterans Memorial at Imjingak

Alvin C

January 2016

 A building with a huge bell in our first stop, Imjingak , Alvin C - January 2016

Huge Bell

A building with a huge bell in our first stop, Imjingak

Lise C

August 2015

 Inside the bunker, and technically on the NK side! , Lise C - August 2015

Looking toward the North Korean side of the room

Inside the bunker, and technically on the NK side!

Lise C

August 2015

 This was from the morning portion of the tour. The train station that is not the last in the south but the first to the north. , Lise C - August 2015

Dorasan Station

This was from the morning portion of the tour. The train station that is not the last in the south but the first to the north.

Simon D

April 2015

 Outside the 3rd Infiltration tunnel , Simon D - April 2015

North / South Divide

Outside the 3rd Infiltration tunnel

Alan

March 2015

 The moments were tense as we stood watching towards the North Korean side of the MAC Conference Room Row. One member of my group took a step forward and our United Nations Command Battalion ... , Alan - March 2015

MAC Conference Room Row

The moments were tense as we stood watching towards the North Korean side of the MAC Conference Room Row. One member of my group took a step forward and our United Nations Command Battalion security escort immediately directed him to step back. An Armisitce of 50+ years stands in balance.

Alan

March 2015

 This was one of many historic military equipment artifacts which I was able to inspect on my private tour. , Alan - March 2015

Military Artifacts

This was one of many historic military equipment artifacts which I was able to inspect on my private tour.

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